Today we UNBOX, BUILD and TEST the MEGA MONSTER TRUCK from PRIMAL RC! This unique and one of a kind build is the result of 5 years of imagination through to realization! "Dan D", the Principle founder of the Primal RC company and brand - was and still is - a HUGE FAN of the classic Tamiya Clodbuster MONSTER TRUCKS! He always imagined and dreamed about what it would be like to have a HUGE VERSION of that classic beauty. Two years of building a prototype.. and an additional 3 years of ideation and end product production.. DAN engineered every kids DREAM! This solid axle design can go over anything. All torque, and all Power - all the time.
My good friend EVERETT has come by to check out this MASSIVE MACHINE.. and gives me a hand at assembling it and starting it for the first time. We are both struck by the sheer size of it - and the camera does it no justice. Its a definite "MUST SEE TO BELIEVE" kind of Radio Control Monstrosity!
SEE IT HERE: https://www.primalrc.com/store/trucks/raminator-monster-truck
Six Piece Modular 5mm thick CNC Aluminum chassis
49cc 4 bolt 2 stroke reed valve 2 stroke pull start engine with remote engine kill switch!
Large 12 inch long high volume CNC Aluminum body coil over dual spring shocks
Adjustable aluminum 4 link suspension with steel heim joint ends
Large 78mm Centrifugal Clutch
All Steel HD drive train and double chain driven single speed transfer case with counter rotating drive shafts
5 different interchangeable gear ratios to choose from.
Heavy Duty CNC Aluminum modular Axles
Front and rear CNC cased oil filled torque control differentials for awesome on road or off road performance
Huge 12"x7.5" High traction tires mounted on 24mm hex bead-lock Nylon rims with inner tire foams
Tuned pipe for maximum performance and sound
Front and Rear Sway bars
Dual Steering Servos with inter grated adjustable servo saver system with steel heim joints
Front and Rear axle mounted mechanical disc brakes
Strong Plastic roll cage and Strong 2 piece Poly carbonate body shell with detailed interior and Raminator Sticker Sheet
Radio controlled reverse feature
Strong CNC Aluminum parts used just about everywhere in this truck!
Ball bearings used throughout the entire vehicle
Large 1200cc Fuel Tank for super long run times (a few hours!)
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